business of the american people right now. host: karen bass, you asked attorney general holder about an issue that we haven't discussed. child prostitution, what you called child rape. guest: yes, absolutely, i do. as a matter of fact, this month is foster care month, and next week we're going to have 40 foster youth on capitol hill shadowing members of congress. one of the tragedies of our country right now that i believe we need to pay tremendous attention to is that youth who are vulnerable, homeless, runaway, foster youth, are getting recruited into sex trafficking. and many times you see these girls, they're not always girls, but most of the time they are, they get arrested for prostitution. but if you think about it, how can you be a prostitute at 12 years old? and that is the average age in which they are recruited. and i think that's a tragedy. you know, we had viewed sex trafficking more as an international issue. i don't think there's a tremendous amount of awareness as to how that's impacting u.s.